Hillary Clinton's FBI investigation is getting quite serious, according to the Chicago Tribune. The inspector general of the State Department has released a statement explaining that Hillary's use of her private email server was a very serious violation of policy. The Chicago Tribune editorial board expressed strong criticism of Mrs. Clinton.
"It is a thoroughly damning document — all the more so because the inspector general who submitted it, Steve Linick, was appointed by President Barack Obama. Anyone groping to excuse Clinton's conduct eventually has to face the stark, infuriating fact: What she did served no purpose beyond letting her selfishly evade the rules and accountability demanded of everyone else. Her failure to cooperate with the inspector general's inquiry, at the department she led, iced the cupcake."As Hillary Clinton prematurely celebrates her rise to the democratic nomination, some other people may not be alive to see it. The State Department made some very troubling discoveries on Hillary's email server. They found that many of the paragraphs in the infamous emails were classified with the code B7 (F), according to Breitbart. B7 (F) is code for "endanger life or physical safety of an individual."
Hillary's emails also contained the names of covert intelligence sources who believed their identities were being protected by the CIA, according to Breitbart. This type of information is classified "B3 CIA PERS/ORG." This information is protected by the Central Intelligence Act of 1949. The act was designed to protect the identities of covert agents.
Representative Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, who is currently serving on the subcommittee for House Communication and Technology, was quoted by Breitbart as follows.
"Hillary Clinton chose to set up a system that was going to put the identities of these operatives at risk. Whether they are our operatives or they are someone with an ally that we are working with, it is completely inappropriate."
Did Mrs. Clinton knowingly endanger other people's lives simply because she wanted to use her private home server rather than a secure government email account? She knew the government account would be available for others to read at some point under the Freedom of Information Act. Did her desire for privacy or secrecy endanger human life? Will she be held accountable? The Espionage Act forbids gross negligence when handling national defense information, and her carelessness with such sensitive information could lead to an FBI indictment.
Hillary's private email server was allegedly hacked by a Romanian Hacker Marcel Lehel Lazar, also known as Guccifer. While early reports of the hacking were contested by media, Sonoran News and other sources have reported that Guccifer has been extradited to the United States and entered a plea agreement with U.S. District Judge James C. Cacheris.
Guccifer is a colorful character who believes he is fighting the Illuminati. He has allegedly hacked over 100 Americans, including government officers and even former presidents and their families. He once hacked a Facebook account and posted quite a battle cry.
"You will burn in hell, Bush! Kill the Illuminati! Tomorrow's world will be a world free of Illuminati or will be no more!"
Hillary Clinton's email server was easy for just about anyone to hack, according to Guccifer. It was wide open, according to Guccifer's statements in the video below.Guccifer may be the most interesting witness to gain immunity, but he is not alone. Bryan Pagliano, the IT professional who set up Mrs. Clinton's email server, will also be granted immunity.
Donald Trump has also reported on the issue of Hillary's email being hacked. On his site, The Trump Report, Donald claims that Russian President Putin released one of Clinton's emails on Wikileaks. This email is only one of tens of thousands held by the SVR Russian Intelligence Mr. Trump asserts.
"It is said that President Putin's action in ordering the release of this email was meant to solve the dispute between the Director of the Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov and Chairwoman of the Council of Federation (CoF) Valentina Matviyenko over the issue of releasing to the Western media these top secret and classified emails obtained by the SVR from the private, but unsecured, computer (email server) belonging to former US Secretary of State, and present American presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton."
Hillary Clinton used her own email server against government policy to handle top secret information of the highest level. It was easily hacked by Romanian conspiracy theorist Guccifer and allegedly the Russian Government. There could have been other breaches as well. The information held on the server was of a nature that could have endangered people's lives. No one knows if anyone was killed, injured, or harassed because of the leaks.
Did Hillary Clinton knowingly put others at risk in order to protect a secret that she valued above national security?
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